Found this cute image plate that I later realized is a replica of the Moyou London's Fairy Tale Collection #11. Much of the times, replicas are bad quality and can't stamp very well. This one on the other hand stamps amazingly. I think this is a Hansel and Gretel plate, at least that's what I will call it. Now thinking about it, fairy tales can be quite scary. What kind of parents would dump their kids in the forest for them to die? That's just crazy.
Unlike the authentic ones, this plate is name XIUYA-08. Take off the blue plastic before using.
Anyone tried the authentic ones and the replica ones? Are there any differences?
These are the polishes I used from left to right.
Étude House - Easy Peel Base Coat
ME - 175 Walking Dead
ONL - DD Pop Nails #34
American Apparel - Coney Island 36507
Sally Hansen - Insta-Dri 280 Rapid Red
American Apparel - Trenchcoat 42019
American Apparel - Palm Springs 36498
Konad - Special Polish White
Seche Vite - Fast Dry Top Coat
Again, I forgot to include Kond Special Polish in navy blue. I used this color to stamp the boy and the girl.
This is how I make a stamp with multiple colors. I pick up the image like how you normally would. wait for the image on the stamp to dry up. Then using a dotting tool to fill in the colors gently! The point here is to be gentle and in dabbing motion. No dragging and poking. At times like this, it would be great if you have a few stampers on hand. So, you can speed up the process.
The finished product!